While Nigerian leaders and military fiddle, the Camerounian government is taking decisive action against Boko Haram.
News from starafrica.com says the military court of Maroua in northern Cameroon, has slammed jail sentences between 10 and 20 years against 14 members of the Nigeria’s Boko Haram terrorists, sources told APA. In accordance with current legislation, the court’s decision is not subject to appeal.
The judgement comes a in the wake of increased attacks by the sect against the country’s military, particularly in the northern regions where the government has also deployed heavily depolyed two months ago.
Ten Cameroonian soldiers were killed Thursday night in an attack attributed to the Islamist group in the city of Bagaran, in the department of Logo and Chari in the country’s far North region.